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Thirteen seconds ended their 2021 season, as detailed at Go Long. Will this linger into 2022? We discuss on the podcast, live from Hamburg Brewery Company.
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This week, on the podcast, we drive the discussion forward. What does this all mean for the Bills into next season? My co-host, Jim Monos, shares his experiences in personnel with Philly, New Orleans and Buffalo. Sean McDermott isn’t the first or last head coach to operate with such “execution” vagueness. It’s good to remember this is a game, and honesty can go a long way.
If nothing else — given the fact that Buffalo has an MVP-caliber quarterback — there’s a tick more pressure on McDermott into Year 6.
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